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The vicinity of Karl Marx's grave seems popular for burial among atheists and agnostics...
By Neha Dixit
the Secret Diary of ex-BCCI president
When I resume as BCCI chief, I will see to it that Taliparamba is presented with a 50-over one-day international venue.
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The Odissi dancer is also curator of the International Ancient Arts Festival
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A heart-rending story that moves at an almost bipolar pace, oscillating between suddenness and inexplicable slowness
Movie Review
The title of the film itself says it all. It boasts of precisely a one-line story.
Vikram Seth has thrown himself back fully into the writing of A Suitable Girl...
The states of the nation: news, headlines, gossip, rumours, things we learnt
Business in bitesizes
Cover Story
If the Indian city is a car, it’s just crawled into a nightmare traffic knot. How do we move ahead?
essay: hindutva
Its epic transgressions surely cannot be the underpinning of the Sangh parivar’s Hindutva
Her rise in the BJP echelons has been easy and early. Smriti Irani is not giving it up.
chhattisgarh: adivasis
Tribespeople alarmed at decline in their population
Lib-sec-dem Indians see no contradiction in opposing Bad Hindutva but priding on Good Hinduism
germany: berlin wall
Cold, deeply-felt inequaliities lurk beneath the smugness of the Berlin Wall anniversary
hyderabad: metro rail
L&T said it might exit, there are rifts aplenty, how is Hyderabad Metro still upbeat on target?
adani: sbi loan
Political manoeuvring aside, is the Adanis’ coal rush a complete goner?
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Blighted Site
For all the denials by the company on preferential treatment, the stockmarkets, too, were aware of Adani’s cosy rapport with Modi.
Megha Bahree on Gautam Adani
A cafe lends agency to acid-attack victims
India’s noted Persian scholar speaks of the intense love and passion the Mughals nurtured for India and the cooperation they lent Hindu scholars.
Letters to the editor in British newspapers
20 OUTSPOKEN, outstanding, outlier
It has been consistently pseudo-secular, a label which its founder-editor himself says he wears with pride.
20 OUTSPOKEN, outstanding, outlier
Why I Love Outlook
It has a certain quality of being open-minded. And it has managed to maintain its candour.
Soumitra Chatterjee
Mind your body
It's rich not just in Vitamin C but also in its ability to keep the stomach calm.
cricket: ipl probe
The Mudgal report on IPL corruption names five players, as top guns resist capitulation for now
Arts & Entertainment
culture: Ballet
Ballet is still a nascent idea in India, but you wouldn’t know it if you saw the men flitting over the floorboards
cinema dharamshala
A small film festival uncovers some gems
Depressed? Angry? A bad back? Other maladies? This book offers fictional succour, from Tolstoyan tourniquets and Balzacian balms to life-lessons from Lampedusa
Rajat Chaudhuri on The Novel Cure—An A-Z Of Literary Remedies By Ella Berthoud and Susan Elderkin with Indrajit Hazra
The first part of the book is pure journalism. The book complete the fragmented picture we had till now
Sathya Saran on Rajesh Khanna, Dark Star By Gautam Chintamani
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